’s State Security Service said Wednesday that it broke up what it characterized as a terrorist group, backed by “Iranian handlers,” that wanted to gather intelligence about locations frequented by Americans and Israelis. The service said it arrested three suspects, but one remained at large. A spokeswoman, Marilyn Ogar, who was reading from a statement, identified the head of the group as Abdullahi Mustaphah Berende, a leader of a local Shiite sect. “He personally took photographs of the Israeli culture center in Ikoyi, Lagos,” she said. The group also conducted surveillance on USAID and the United States Peace Corps, she said. Ms. Ogar did not take questions.
Despite restraining itself from dignifying the good riddance of Chief Glory Emeh who recently crawled back to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) after his mission as a mole was uncovered, the Rivers State Chapter of All Progressives Congress, APC, is however compelled to respond to the obvious kindergarten media propaganda Glory Emeh has been conducting […]
A Federal High Court in Abuja Monday nullified the appointment of all the Service Chiefs by President Goodluck Jonathan on the ground that the appointments were done in violation of the constitution. Justice Adamu Bello, who gave the ruling, consequently declared as unconstitutional, illegal, null and void because the President did not secure the approval […]
SAMUEL AWOYINFA (Lagos), MIKE ODIEGWU (Bayelsa), FEMI MAKINDE (Ado-Ekiti), ETIM EKPIMAH (Uyo), SUCCESS NWOGU (Ilorin), OZIOMA UBABUKOH (Enugu) & EMMANUEL OBE (Awka) Kidnapping seems to have become the biggest nightmare for the well-to-do in the society, despite the heavy security that protects them. And, if the highly-placed have become easy preys as it now seems, […]